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Modern Couples: Art, Intimacy and the Avant-garde

Barbican, London

Wed 10 Oct 2018 to Sun 27 Jan 2019

A rich exploration of intimate relationships in all their various forms, from obsessional and fleeting to life-long – revealing a playground for experimentation and creativity.

What do we mean by a ‘couple’ today? With society’s changing approach to marriage, partnerships, family, parenthood and gender, this major exhibition is the first to showcase creative individuals who came together in intimate relationships to work across photography, sculpture, architecture, poetry, music and dance. In so doing, they forged new kinds of art and ways of living, while challenging gender stereotypes.

Julian Charrière: As We Used to Float

Berlinische Galerie, Berlin

Thu 27 Sep 2018 to Mon 8 Apr 2019

As the recipient of the GASAG Art Prize 2018, Julian Charrière has created a multimedia spatial installation for the Berlinische Galerie that takes visitors underwater in the Pacific Ocean. As we used to float is a physical, three-dimensional experience that reveals the legacy of those atomic tests both above and below sea level. These unintentional monuments symbolise the interaction between anthropogenic and natural transformations. For Julian Charrière, they also mark the point in history when humans became one of the biggest factors influencing biological, geological and atmospheric processes on Earth.


Jonas Burgert: schlagen und bleiben

Blain|Southern, Hanover Sq, London

Wed 28 Nov 2018 to Sat 19 Jan 2019


Schlagen und bleiben is the first exhibition to focus solely on Jonas Burgert’s drawings as an independent body of work.Known predominantly for intensely coloured, life- size figurative paintings, the exhibition places emphasis on the intricacy of the artist’s character studies in black and white.

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Jorge Macchi: Suspension Points

Galleria Continua San Gimignano, Siena

Sat 27 Oct 2018 to Sun 13 Jan 2019

With the exhibition “Suspension Points” Galleria Continua presents in San Gimignano one of the most prominent artists of the modern Latin American artistic panorama, Jorge Macchi.The solo show presented by the artist is composed by a series of works that weave together literary, musical, cinema and art history references with the accidental, the dreamlike, and with humour and tragedy: large and small-scale sculptures, oil on canvas paintings, watercolours, installations and two works born of a new collaboration between Macchi and the Argentinian musician and composer, Edgardo Rudnitzky.



  • Klimt: voyage at the heart of the Vienna Secession at L'Atelier des Lumières until 6 January 2019

  • Picasso. Blue and Pink at the Musée d'Orsay until 6 January 2019